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Is this the end of carbon trading, or just a hiccup?
Cameron Hepburn, The Conversation, 16 May: "Just as scientists almost universally agree greenhouse gases contribute to the planet’s changing climate, economists almost universally agree the problem is made worse because polluters don’t pay for the mess they make." Media articles
Preventing a carbon bubble crash
13 May, ABC Environment: "Investment in fossil fuel companies is becoming increasingly unpopular for environment-minded citizens and astute investors alike." In the news
Spectator reveals worrying insight into direction of Tory policy on climate
Bob Ward, The Guardian, 10 May: "This week's issue of the Spectator provides a worrying insight into the possible future direction of Conservative party policy on energy and the climate. The front cover promotes an article by Peter Lilley, the MP for Hitchin and Harpenden, which hypes up the benefits of shale gas, based on poor analysis, woolly thinking and an apparently visceral hatred for environmentalists." Articles